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Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman Mum On His Offseason Plan

How will Cashman address his aging team? Will he attempt to go younger or will he stick with his older guns? Will he attempt to deal the virtually untradeable A-Rod? Will he re-sign Nick Swisher? As usual, the longtime GM didn’t disclose his plans.

10/23/2012

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Sticking To His Guns: Girardi Doesn’t Budge, Sits A-Rod And Granderson For Game 4

The Yankees kept their lineup the same as it would have been on Wednesday — with Rodriguez on the bench for the third time in nine postseason games. A-Rod is 3-for-23 with no RBIs in these playoffs.

10/18/2012

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Kallas: Yankees’ Joe Girardi Is Rearranging Deck Chairs On The Titanic

The Yankees simply have virtually nobody who can hit. Down three games to none after a 2-1 defeat to Detroit, the Yankees are down and out. The fall has been quick and precipitous.

10/17/2012

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Doom And Gloom In ALCS, But Yankees Refuse To Raise White Flag

The Yankees’ backs are against the wall, but it takes four games to win — a fact New York knows all too well.

10/17/2012

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Keidel: New York Yankees, Rest In Peace

If Derek Jeter’s on-field mortality indeed represents the death of Yankee dominance, then you can still say it was one helluva run. No matter when the end, all empires fall, even Evil ones.

10/15/2012

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Palladino: Girardi Must Make Changes To Yankees’ Lost Lineup

The manager doesn’t believe in panicking. The locker room doesn’t believe in panicking. But if ever there was a time for it, with Derek Jeter done and the Yankees’ hitters as lost as lost can be, this is it.

10/15/2012

NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 13:  Derek Jeter #2 of the New York Yankees is carried off of the field by trainer Steve Donohue and manager Joe Girardi after Jeter injured his leg in the top of the 12th inning against the Detroit Tigers during Game One of the American League Championship Series at Yankee Stadium on October 13, 2012 in the Bronx borough of New York City, New York.  (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

Silverman: Despite Jeter’s Injury, Yankees Still Have Some Life

The New York Yankees as underdogs? That’s just what Joe Girardi’s team has been transformed into as they prepare for the remainder of the postseason without Derek Jeter.

10/14/2012

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Hartnett: Yankees Will Lean On Surging Raul Ibanez In ALCS

Raul Ibanez’s role will increase against the Tigers’ parade of right-handed starters and will be a key figure in the Yankees’ hopes of reaching the World Series.

10/13/2012

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Sabathia Dominates O’s In Game 5, Powers Yankees Into ALCS

CC Sabathia turned and looked over his right shoulder, watching intently after Nate McLouth turned on a 93 mph fastball and sent it soaring down the right-field line. Yankees-Orioles. Playoffs. Disputed home run. Again.

10/12/2012

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Amid Brutal Series, A-Rod Benched Against Orioles In Winner-Take-All Game 5

Alex Rodriguez started the Yankees’ biggest game of the year on the bench. After being pinch-hit for in Games 3 and 4 against the Baltimore Orioles, the $275 million third baseman was removed from the starting lineup for Game 5 on Friday.

10/12/2012

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Palladino: A Peek At The End For A-Rod?

A-Rod is suddenly expendable. And moveable. Not good. We’ll see what happens this afternoon in Game 5 — he could look back on this series as the beginning of the end.

10/12/2012

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Hartnett: Expect Girardi To Make Major Lineup Shuffle For Game 5

Desperate times call for desperate measures. Formerly fearsome hitters Curtis Granderson and Alex Rodriguez could both be sacrificed in a drastically different Yankees lineup Friday.

10/12/2012

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Joe Girardi’s Father Passes Away At Age 81; Manager Will Be In Dugout For Game 4

The father of New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi has died. The Deiters Funeral Home said that Jerry Girardi died on Saturday at age 81. He had suffered from Alzheimer’s disease since the 1990s and died in Metamora, Ill.

10/11/2012

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Keidel: For The First Time Since 1977, I’m Ashamed To Be A Yankees Fan

I heard Yankees fans whine about Russell Martin, Joe Girardi, Ichiro Suzuki and, well, everyone but the sainted captain at shortstop. I had to roll my window down a foot in case of car (and fan) sickness.

10/11/2012

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Silverman: Girardi Must Keep A-Rod On The Bench Against The O’s

Joe Girardi must finish the job. He took the first step when he put Alex Rodriguez (.083 in the series) on the bench in the ninth inning on Wednesday night and had Raul Ibanez pinch-hit for him. He must now leave him there.

10/11/2012

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